I am trying to locate information on an easement.

The Assessor’s Office does not track or research easements. Easements are researched by viewing and scaling out the legal description for all recorded documents involved in the chain of title for the property in question and possibly the surrounding area.  It is recommended that you hire an attorney or title company to assist you in this process.  If you wish to view public documents, they are recorded at the Clerk & Recorder’s Office.  They can be reached on their website or via telephone 303-271-8122.

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1. Why did my taxes go up?
2. I'm concerned about title fraud or deed theft.
3. How do I record a deed or other document?
4. Where do I get copies of deeds or other documents?
5. Why is the deed I recorded not listed in the online records?
6. Why can't I see a picture of my deed when I click on the document number in Property Records Search?
7. Why hasn’t the property I bought/sold transferred in the Property Records Search tool?
8. I am trying to locate information on an easement.
9. I noticed a misspelling in your system’s record of my property.
10. I paid off my mortgage. How do I get my deed?
11. How is my property zoned?
12. I have a question about mineral rights.
13. I have a question about a lien.
14. How do I change the ownership of my property?
15. Where can I find/pay my tax bill?
16. How do I get a legal description?
17. How do I combine or split my property?
18. Where can I get information about my property lines?
19. An owner of a property died. How do I remove this owner’s name from the deed?
20. How do I get a new schedule number?
21. Where can I get plot plans and blueprints?
22. Where can I search the index books?
23. How do I split my duplex or townhome?
24. I need a property or chain of title researched.